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08-18-2012, 08:41 PM
hi all, i am passionate about studying in liberal arts college.
and of course, my worries are regarding the admission.
i just want to ask, how difficult is it to go there actually??
lets talk about getting 4As or maybe 3As 1 B for a levels,
how difficult would it be? because it seems that people dont quite go for liberal arts college in singaopre, i have limited information.

and just to clarify, there are the best liberal arts college such as williams, but hwo about liberal arts in other schools like yale and harvard? seems like they arent mentioned in the liberal arts colelge rankings... pls pls pls enlighten me !

kitchentable
08-19-2012, 10:26 AM
yale college and harvard college offer liberal arts education, but they are part of full-fledged universities (yale university, harvard university) which offer postgrad degrees - as such they are not included in LAC rankings.

Collegify
09-19-2012, 11:40 AM
Liberal arts colleges, are usually small, meaning they will accept a smaller pool of students. So while getting that acceptance is that much harder, it's well worth the effort you put in.

Liberal Arts colleges, unlike the top 4, are dedicated to undergraduate learning. While the top 4 are more likely to focus their resources on their graduate students, Liberal Arts colleges 'specialize' in undergraduate learning. Harvard and Yale therefore simply don't belong to this category, even though they have liberal arts programs. 


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